Decision-making made easy! This tool gives you a side by side comparison of individual programs offered at George Brown College. Use this tool to select up to 3 programs to compare, helping you make the right choice for the job you want.
Click here for a list of EAP (ESL) session dates.
*Workshops are optional in Levels 7-9. In Levels 1-6, international students attend 7 per session.
Core Class (Levels 1-9): 2 hours/week on-line. General Education(Levels 7-8): 2 hours/week on-line.
Students in levels 7 and 8 complete General Education courses that can also be used as credits that count towards their GPA for diplomas at many Ontario colleges.
In addition to regular classwork there are a host of activities, events and workshops that you have the opportunity to participate in as an ESL student. The Amazing Race is a fun summer event where ESL students explore the College and the city. Caravan is an annual event where students celebrate their nationalities. Many other special and seasonal events are celebrated throughout the year, such as pumpkin carving, Halloweek, a holiday party, and regular field trips to local attractions and museums.
The School of ESL facilitates volunteering opportunities for ESL students. These are a great way to get involved, improve your English, meet new people and gain Canadian experience. You also have access to facilities and services across the College such as the gymnasium, counselling services, etc.